Share Your Story. Become a Health Hero.
Would you like to inspire thousands by sharing your story? There are no better, more inspiring stories than those that are personal. At QualityHealth, we understand that you, our readers, have your own tales that are both unique and powerful, but most importantly, can serve as an inspiration to others. That's why we want to hear your voice.
We are looking to profile Health Heros on our website and in our newsletters. To be considered as a Health Hero, please provide the following information:
- A photo—preferably of only yourself
- A phone number and/or email address so we can contact you
- Your story—in 500 words or less
- Tell us your story by answering the following questions (feel free to elaborate or omit information where necessary):
o A brief introduction: Your name, age, location, job description, family life etc. What was life like before you were diagnosed?
o Diagnosis/Realization: How did you find out or realize you suffered from your condition? What was your reaction? What was the reaction of your loved ones?
o Treatment: How did you/are you treating the condition? What was/is treatment like? What were/are your emotions during treatment? Was/is the treatment successful?How has the treatment or condition impacted your life?
o Aftermath: How has this affected you and/or your loved ones? What have you learned about yourself through this? How has your story shaped the person you are today? What advice would you give someone who is going through the same situation you did?
Please email your contribution to HealthHeroes@qualityhealth.com and include the condition in the subject line. Submissions over 500 words will not be accepted. All accepted submissions are subject to editing and quality control. If we choose to use your story, you will be contacted by one of the editors.
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